This story follows the life of Irene Ridgeway from Peak Hill, a small town around 70km south of Dubbo with a population of around 300 people.
Against the stunning backdrop of the Dampier Peninsula, north of Broome, young Bardi Jawi brothers must learn the skills of a fish trap by repairing the ancient ones that sit on their country.
Birubi is the traditional name for Stockton Beach, which is a 32km stretch from Stockton to Anna Bay. It has a huge cultural significance for the area.
An insightful look into driving instructor Kerry Turner and her passion for teaching young indigenous adults how to drive.
Six Anmatyerr women from TI Tree, NT, meet up with Kam minority singers from China to perform at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. Through song, the two groups learn about each other's culture.
Mercedes 'Edi' Saaban (78) and Mary Drummond (83) live in Broome. They share their early memories, including being evacuated to Beagle Bay during the war.
Ali Cobby-Eckermann, a Yankunytjara/Kokatha award-winning poet and artist, shares her story of removal and connection, weaving history using found objects into instillations of awareness and healing.
Dorrie Wally is the oldest Marthudunera person living in Roebourne. She visits the country that is now a cattle station and a mine and reminisces about old people and places.
Meet Uncle Aden who is 75 years old and a respected elder from Albany, Western Australia. Uncle is a kind-hearted grandfather of 28 and great-grandfather of many more.
Each year the Warnindilyakwa and the Nunngubbyu traditional owners of Groote Eylandt and Bickerton Island make their way to Barunga for the festival.
Suzanne Thompson heads back to her Inangai kuntri to follow her family legacy.
Biddy and her daughters Susan Swan and Selina Swan, granddaughter Jeanette Swan, and their children travel with Biddy as she recollects a journey she made as a child.
Meet Rev Sealin Garlett who is one of the most respected elders in the Noongar community and one of the best speakers of the Noongar language.
Follows the changes of fishing life over the generations of families on the Island of Badu through Artwork.
Follow the journey of three talented young indigenous football players from the red dust ovals of central Australia to the hallowed turf of the new Adelaide Oval.
Rhonda Radley is a passionate Biripai woman revitalising Gatang language in her mid North Coast community of NSW. She hopes one day to speak her traditional language fluently with her grandchildren.
Pearl Duncan is an elder on Bribie Island and a unique Aboriginal woman who has written a thesis with a difference. She investigated the use of humour in the survival of Aboriginal people.
Born and bred Cherbourg Elder, Uncle Henry Hegarty, has a rich story to tell about his life, beginning when he left home at age 17.
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